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ReadThisThing (Jul 19th, 2019)

In the early 1990s, Walt Disney Company CEO Michael Eisner made a decision: The company's corporate structures should invoke the same sensation of wonder as the edifices within its theme parks. The amateur design buff's goals weren't just to extend the company's brand beyond Disneyland's gates, but to woo power players, as Eisner believed that relationships with the world's greatest architects would attract visionaries in the film world. What resulted were collaborations with designers like Michael Graves, Arata Isozaki, Aldo Rossi, and more - a who's who of postmodern architecture. 

Read more at Curbed

The magical (postmodern) world of Disney

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